Hi there from New Zealand, I have been involved in Airsoft in NZ since 2008 and currently run one of the clubs in our capital Wellington. I have done WW2 re-enactment at airshows and so on but have just started to do WW2 Airsoft. I currently re-enact the 22nd (motor) Battalion 2NZEF.
Post by shiftysgarand on Jan 9, 2014 17:00:51 GMT -5
Welcome to the forum.
"Get your kids into WWII Airsoft- that way they'll never have enough money for drugs" "Hitler's proofreader was a grammar Nazi" Battle Record: Battle of Belgium- Saline, MI September 21st, 2013 Battle of the Bulge- Perth, NY January 18th, 2014 Operation Overlord- Perth, NY July 26th, 2014 Battle of the Bulge- Perth, NY January 17th, 2015 Clinton Twp, MI 9/27/15, 10/11/15,11/15/15,12/20/15, 1/9/16, 2/21/16 Chelsea, MI battles- 3/26/16
Post by nighthawknz on Jan 10, 2014 14:43:39 GMT -5
Its slowly building, it tends to flow from those of us that get into re-enacting then decide to combine that with airsoft. I am currently working on a No4Mk1 Enfield and may look at a sten now Full Auto weapons are no longer illegal in N.Z. The biggest problem is those of us here are spread between the 2 Islands so getting together can be a bit hard as there is about 20 of us across the country. Hopefully we pull a decent game together this year!
Great to hear NZ relaxed the ban on full auto airsoft guns which always stuck me as quite silly. I sold a couple of M1 Garands which I had converted from M14 into NZ but had to insure that the selector switch was completely absent and all paperwork and owners manual ect. Clearly emphasized that they were exclusively semi auto. I also sold an Enfield SMLE to a customer there. Come to think of it I sold a 30 Cal there as well but with all the airsoft guts pulled out because of your previous ban.
Stalin should have known communism wouldn't work. There were red flags everywhere!"
Post by nighthawknz on Jan 12, 2014 18:01:36 GMT -5
law changed last year and we have probably bought out Asia's supply of M249's (C9) and M60 machine guns! There is a .30 cal running around in Auckland but was built buy a guy from up there. Also a few MG's of an Axis variety too which have snuck into the mix!
CPL. Mills 2nd Rangers: HIKI is good if your on a budget. The uniforms are cheap, and that will be pretty obvious when you get your hands on it. The sizing is off, might want to order one size up from what you wear. I bought pants from them, I needed to get 2x my normal size
Jun 13, 2017 7:03:07 GMT -5
bucketcommander: Has anyone had experience with a broken feeding system on a PPS Mosin Nagant?
Jun 29, 2017 14:50:56 GMT -5
<2>nd Rangers M/Sgt. Tom: hiki's Quality is not to bad for the price, I own a few item from them and its decent however be warned it is cheaper for a reason. But i have no issues so far.
Jul 11, 2017 21:54:13 GMT -5
Dracul: They do have a good and varied selection for some of the less popular countries, too. Finnish, Italian, etc.
Jul 19, 2017 6:16:15 GMT -5
thomas: how do you start a new thread?
Aug 7, 2017 13:41:00 GMT -5
big_al: Hi everyone. Just joined a couple of days ago. I figured out a solution to the problem of the WE Tech Luger going full-auto, and made a post describing my modifications in the technical section. Photos and specs are included.
Aug 20, 2017 15:40:42 GMT -5
tommyv311: Hey guys! nice to meet you all! I just registered on here a few minutes ago.
Oct 17, 2017 18:14:17 GMT -5
derriese: Hello everyone! Did anyone of you guys bought equipment or tunics from HikiShop? I want to get the m32 tunic (for cosplaying as a Nazi Zombie), but the price seems very low ($45)and I'm afraid I'm going to get scammed .
Oct 24, 2017 8:30:46 GMT -5
shiftysgarand: Hikishop is legit. I bought my Japanese gear from them and it took around 2 weeks to arrive using the cheap shipping option
Nov 6, 2017 0:11:57 GMT -5
sieubermensch123: Necropost kinda but yeah Hiki is legit I actually had an order get lost in Chinese customs never reached me and He replaced it immediately. Nice quality too
Nov 19, 2017 19:58:25 GMT -5
CPL. Mills 2nd Rangers: Hiki Shop quality is passable, there are better quality out there but if you want to through together an impression quick and on the cheap they are the way to go. I bought my Heer pants from them.
Nov 30, 2017 21:53:21 GMT -5
freshlycookedyank: Its a sad day today, I am finally selling my Marushin m1 garand . never broke on me despite using only green gas, I'm going to miss my baby.
Dec 20, 2017 14:08:41 GMT -5
suomifinn: Hikishop is legit. I use them for my Finnish impression. Some of the stuff can be off in terms of accuracy, easily fixable though. For the price it's hard to beat. Great for more obscure countries.
Dec 21, 2017 12:30:56 GMT -5